A New Year Reflection

Dubai, December 2017. Photo by Joseph Joson.

2017 was kind enough, acceptance-wise. The last quarter was a regenerative period for the band, mending relations and reacquainting ourselves with the music until it feels like home again. We found ourselves active once more, in the gigging circuit doing bar tours, getting invited to mini festivals, and random guestings and corporate events in and out-of-town. Heck, we even flew to the Middle East for a couple of shows and manage to release a new single and launch a crowdfunding campaign for an album project. I guess we can confidently say we are ready for 2018. Quoting Alan Watts: “We have faith that something really good will come out of all this in the end like the phoenix out of the fire.”

We are deeply grateful for the support of our families and friends, especially to our old and new fans. You helped us return to life after what seemed like a decade-long paralytic stroke. We won’t let you down this time as we discover new horizons and build more sturdy bridges. At the end of the day and of each passing year, it’s all about Love and Music.

Cheers to a New Year and another chance for us to get it right!

One thought on “A New Year Reflection

  1. You made my life colorful with your songs. In my college days, your songs made me at ease. In times of sorrow, I listened to your songs. I even followed your multiply page noon. You even shared chords of your songs. I pursued playing trumpet because of Lihim. Pero nasaktan ako nung nagkahiwalay kayo. Sana ngayon na buo na ulit kayo kahit wala si mccoy, wag na wag na sana kayo maghiwalay ulit. Di ako nakalimot sa mga kanta niyo dahil anlaki ng parte ng buhay ko yun. Kayo ang naging inspirasyon ko na magbanda noon kahit tres ang grado wala akong paki basta makabanda lang. Sa mga pagkakamali ko, natututo naman ako. Kung magplano na naman kayo na maghiwalay, isipin niyo na may ako na patuloy parin na nag aabang sa kanta niyo. Sana kung makasal ako o mamatay ako, makadalo kayo. Salamat at maligayang pagbabalik Orange and Lemons.

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